Talk:Anime Girl (5e Class)

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My name is Jaden and I fixed this page.

This page needs far more work to be up to Wiki standards (based off 1st party content) in numerous areas. Itenen (talk)


Good day fellow wikia users! I am user Blackwinged0 and I am currently in the process of fixing this page to become acceptable for DnD 5e useage. If you could please send me a message about your displeasure of this class instead of ripping this page to shreds, that would be greatly apreciated. I am currently in the middle of recreating this page in a google docs to make editing a little easier on my part.

Thank you for your consideration,


I think its fair to say there is a difference between "ripping to shreds" and offering suggestions. Please assume good faith from others' edits as in my experience, almost everyone does want what is best for the site. ~ BigShotFancyMan (talk) 13:04, 6 December 2018 (MST)

Since no one touched it considerably I decided to register and give it some touch ups to this article. It still isn't finished but I hope a lonely soul might one day give it the necessary flavor. The anonymous edits today can be blamed on me, I forgot to login. Further 2 cents: Maybe add a "Fangirling"-Effect? Basically unifying the effects of making an enemy an ally of Senpai, which some class features already feature. KevinGurke (talk) 13:18, 28 February 2019 (MST)

Curious, is anyone taking this class seriously enough to make extensive modifications? I love it as it is personally because it is broke and annoying and stupidly appropriate for the target audience it was built for... it has a charm that makes it exceptional for Roleplay scenarios... likely in a homebrew world where social interactions are combat because popularity is the currency of the land. and thes.Overpowered Broken Abilities are also balanced in the sense of being easily failed and having the failed effects as drastic as the success. I would recommend leaving the warning of being broken but leave it as something that individual groups play with... if you balance it you run the risk of taking out everything that makes this class fun... the abilities being over powered are irrelevant to the experience of playing it, but the abilities being over powered is why they are amusing any party that allows a character of this broken class at their table will be laughing too hard for a serious campaign, and that may be what they want... but if the player is a actor and too good at the part the class may be table banned on the spot after an ally is driven to kill the character. - Nomir [unregistered User]

If you want to give it a run-over, by all means do. Use {{Design Disclaimer}} to state where it's design goes outside of the bounds that a normal campaign allows. --Green Dragon (talk) 07:43, 8 March 2019 (MST)
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